Champs, Etienne Agard De
Champs, Etienne Agard de a French Jesuit and theologian, was born at Bourges in 1613; He taught theology in the College of Rheims and at Paris, was three times provincial and deputy of his order to the papal court, and died at La Fibche, July 31, 1701, leaving Disputatio de Libero Abitrio, etc. (Paris, 1642, 12mo; 1646): —Responsio ad Theriacam. Vincentii Lenis (ibid. 1648; Cologne, 1650): —Le Secret du Jansenisme Decouvert (1651): —De Haeresi Jansensiana (Paris, 1654, etc.): Quaestio Facti (ibid. 1660): Sanctus Augustianus Theologorum Aristoteles (published in the Selectce Orationes Panegyricae Societatis Jesu, Lyons, 1667): —Neuf Lettres sur la Grace, Addresses au Prince de Conti et Suivies de Reponses (Cologne, 1689, 12mo). See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Générale, s.v.