Greetings again Right Divider,
I have considered this and Acts 10 and the Letter to the Galatians and Acts 15 and other Scriptures are relevant to the whole picture. But I am asking what Peter was supposed to do after Acts 10, when he was at Antioch. It states that he separated when certain Jews come to Antioch from Jerusalem, and prior to their arrival Peter and Barnabas openly fellowshipped the believing Gentiles at Antioch. But you claim that Peter should conform to the Law and the Law commands separation from Gentiles. This incident proves to me that your view of two Gospels is incorrect.God used SPECIAL revelation to send Peter to a gentile that was already a believer and a supporter of Israel. This sending occurred AFTER God had called Paul. Feel free to learn about it all. This is clearly talking about the gospel that Paul was preaching (neither Jew NOR Greek).
Relevance? Peter and John healed the lame man also Acts 3:6-8 and Paul also healed a lame man Acts 14:8-10. What distinction is there in this? Peter, John and Paul were granted the power of the Holy Spirit to heal.They all had it.
I do not belong to a Church, but fellowship those who believe the One Gospel of the Kingdom and the Name and have thus been motivated to be baptised Acts 8:5-6,12 (before Paul’s call), Acts 28:30-31 (after Paul’s call), the same Gospel as Acts 2 and 3, Peter's two speeches about the Name of Jesus and the Kingdom, for example Acts 2:34-36, Acts 3:16 and Acts 3:19-21.Classic Churchianity.