That changed mostly after Acts 10-11, with a relapse in Galatians 2:11-14. But it's really irrelevant. You can be a perfectly orthodox Jew and speak English, German, Spanish, etc. as your primary language. Or in ancient times, knowing Greek would an advantage no matter what. I fail to see the problem. At any rate, I just thought some of the latest research was interesting, and deserved a shoutout. Honestly, you could be right. You're certainly in good company!Ok maybe not “Luke” ( and I use the word “apostle” to refer to him not in the sense that he was one of the twelve) , but certainly I cannot imagine apostle Peter writing the way he did without help. He was averse to all things gentile even after the resurrection of Jesus.