Myriam Renaud discovered Hans Küng’s book, A Global Ethic, by happenstance and has been a fierce advocate ever since. Currently working on a Ph.D. in Religious Thought and Ethics at the University of Chicago Divinity School, she is a former Managing Editor of the Martin Marty Center's publication, Sightings. Her research focuses on understandings of God, constructive philosophical theology, comparative theology, religious ethics, and religion in public life. She co-edited and contributed a chapter to the collection of essays, God and the Moral Life (Routledge, 2018). She has also published articles in scholarly journals like Zygon and the Anglican Theological Review as well as in popular media like Sightings, Religion Dispatches, The Conversation, and The Atlantic online. One of her Sightings' pieces will be republished in Sightings: Reflections on Religion in Public Life (Eerdmans, 2019). In 2017, she was a finalist for the Religion News Association's Chandler Award for excellence in student religion reporting.