Heilbronner, Philip a German divine, brother of Jacob, was born June 30, 1546. For some time a preacher, he was called in 1574 as professor of theology at the gymnasium. in Lauingen, took the degree as doctor of theology in 1577, attended the colloquy at Ratisbon in 1601, and died April 17, 1616. He wrote, Loci Communes in Epistolas ad Galatas, Timotheum et Tituin: Vaticinia Prophetarum in Locos Communes Digesta: — Postcolloquium Ratisbonense: — Antithesis Doctrines Petri Apostoli et Pontificis Romani: — Synopsis Variorum Hujus Temporis Errorum: — Liber de Innocentia Lutheri, etc. See Jocher, Allgemeines Gelehrten-Lexikon, s.v. (B.P.).