Steve Barth’s doctrine of divine aseity offers hope during times of global upheaval. One approach might focus on its presence within Barth’s basic theological impulses or with regard to his christological revision.
One could focus on its central function as a shield against secular humanism.
Early Life and Education
Steve Barth is the owner of SB Strategies, a public relations and lobbying firm specializing in local government issues, telecom, non-profit and hospitality issues. From 1992-1998 he served on various committees in Utah’s State House of Representatives that gave him insight into legislators’ thought process and strategies to influence them effectively.
At universities in Bern, Berlin, Tubingen and Marburg he studied New Testament Greek and theology. His first major work – Der Romerbrief (Epistle to the Romans) – established him as a theologian with a message about God’s sheer Godliness and infinite grace.
Foley currently serves as co-chair of Foley’s national Transactional and Securities practice group, while also founding and acting artistic director of Crane River Theater Company in Kearney, Nebraska – founded with childhood friends Brian Botsford and Brooke Bradford on the belief that arts promotion will only lead to stronger communities.
He specializes in corporate and business law in the areas of mergers, acquisitions, leveraged recapitalizations and buyouts; venture capital transactions; securities issues and reporting compliance and public company governance. Mr. Pernsteiner has represented issuers or underwriters in raising over $26 billion through securities offerings; he represents several publicly traded companies including Marcus Corporation (NASDAQ: MARC), First Business Financial Services Inc (NASDAQ: FBIZ), Cummins, Perry Ellis International and Northland Cranberries among many others.
Foley also sits on the boards of several privately held companies, such as Fresh Brands Inc. He frequently speaks on acquisition issues, financing transactions and corporate governance matters; serving as program chair of Foley’s National Directors Institute — an annual symposium for directors and officers from public and private companies alike. Foley brings tenacious work, intelligent strategies, personal integrity and professional levity to his practice.
Achievement and Honors
Barth’s experience serving various committees of the Utah State House of Representatives from 1993-1998 gave him a deep knowledge of legislative processes and understanding how legislators think, which helps him provide his clients with vital insights when negotiating fiscal appropriations, regulatory amendments or any other matter arising out of legislative activities.
Foley & Lardner partner James Barth specializes in corporate, securities law and acquisitions and holds memberships at both the American Bar Association and Wisconsin State Bar Association.
He and Mondile have laid the groundwork at Rutgers-Camden with a combined record of 118-86-1 after five seasons as head coaches. Additionally, they have enjoyed considerable success previously, winning national championships with Brooklawn American Legion program as well as state titles at Gloucester Catholic High School.
Barth was married and the proud parent of two children. He enjoyed reading, collecting books, coaching the Salt City Slugs rugby team and fly fishing, being an active member of First Presbyterian Church Lewisburg as well as serving on its Board.
Barth later became disillusioned with liberal theology he had learned and sought to restore classical Christian concerns into theological discussions. He redefined theology as the study of God’s authoritative self-designation through Christ, while rejecting philosophical, historical, or other secular lines of inquiry which diminished biblical authority.
However, he has come under criticism for his negative view of humanity and for focusing solely on biblical tradition, thus marginalizing other religions.
Steve Barth’s net worth stands at approximately $1.5 million, and he frequently speaks on career success and emotional intelligence topics. His presentations specialize in techniques for positive leadership in hospitality-related businesses such as restaurants, spas and clubs as well as how to avoid liability in customer-focused ventures such as restaurants.
He and his wife currently reside on St. Barth in a stunning villa known as “Villa Au Soleil,” situated on a hill that allows for panoramic views of the island. It includes a media room, four private suites for bedrooms, and two-tiered infinity pools for great outdoor entertainment.
They co-host New Jersey 101.5s midday show alongside Judi Franco and provide off-the-cuff reactions to news stories that tend to stir debate.