Hirsch, Andreas a Lutheran minister of the latter half of the last century. He studied theology at Strasburg, and filled several positions as preacher, but gave dissatisfaction to the people, and was driven from each of them in succession. Notwithstanding all persecution, he found sufficient time to write several works, among which are, Kircherus Jesuita Germaniae redonatus, etc. (Halle, 1662, 8vo): — Religionsgesprach zwischen zweierlei Religionsverwandten (Rottenburg, 1672, 4to): Predigten und Gelegenhmeitsschriften (ibid. 1673, 8vo). — Jocher, Gelehrt. Lex. Addenda 2, 2018.