Evangelism of the Gentiles.
Breaking of bread.
None of the above.
The Jews, the Sumerians and the Gentiles.
The Orthodox Jews, the Conservative Jews and the Samaritan Jews.
The Jews, the Samaritans and the Gentiles.
The Jews, the Romans and the Philippians.
Circumcision was not a requirement for salvation for the Gentiles.
The Gentiles were required to embrace Judaism.
Baptism was considered a profession of faith instead of a requirement.
There was no difference.
God was demonstrating that only the Holy Ghost, not water baptism, was essential for Gentiles to be saved.
Given the attitude of the Jews toward Gentiles, it is unlikely Peter would have baptized them had God not first demonstrated His acceptance of them by baptizing them with the Holy Ghost.
God was trying to teach the church that emphasizing things like water baptism is legalism and should be avoided.
By giving the Holy Ghost to the Gentiles before Peter finished preaching, God was illustrating that a preacher is unnecessary for salvation.
The Jews on Pentecost, Cornelius and Lydia.
The Samaritans, the Ethiopian eunuch and Cornelius.
The Ephesians, Cornelius and the Jews on Pentecost.
The Jews on Pentecost, the Samaritans and the Philippian jailer.