Aubertiin Edme, one of the most learned divines of the French Protestant Church, was born at Chalons-sur-Marne in 1596, and became minister at Chartres in 1618. He was called to Paris in 1631, and died there April 5th, 1652. He wrote Conformite de la Creance de l'elise et de St. Augustine sur le Sacrement de l'Eucharistie (1626, 8vo), which attracted great attention, and was afterward enlarged into L'Eucharistie de I'ancienne cglise, etc. (1683, fol.). This work awakened great attention and controversy. Arnauld answered it, but ineffectively. It was translated into Latin by Blondel, De Eucharistia site cena Domini libri tres (Deventer, 1654). — Haag, La France Protestante, 1, 149.