What’s wrong with the Acts 28 position?

Please watch this video teaching the Acts 28 position. I have watched it 7 times and see no problem.

I watched it last night.  The problem was when he tried to explain Acts 8-28 trying to say Paul preached to the Jews and Greek but not the Gentiles.  The book of Romans was written by Paul in the three month stay in Greece spoken of in Acts 20:3.  It is in Romans that we see “there is no difference” between the Jews and the “Gentiles” (Romans 3:9,22); and where he writes “I speak to you Gentiles, inasmuch as I am the apostle of the Gentiles” (Romans 11:13); and that Israel is fallen, cast away and enemies of God (Romans 11:11,15,28).  Then also it is in Romans 11:25 that speaks of the “Mystery” of this age of grace and Romans 16:25 the “preaching of Jesus Christ according to the revelation of the mystery.”  What this man teaches about what God is doing from Acts 8-28 is wrong.  Even the testimony of Acts is not that Paul preached only to Gentiles that sought Israel’s God.  No one in Athens was doing that (Acts 17), nor was Sergius Paulus, nor was the Philippians Jailer, nor was the whole city of Antioch (Acts 13:44), nor the heathen on the Island of Melita.  The book of Acts is written to the Nation of Israel as an indictment, demonstrating their blindness and the fact that God turned from them to the Gentiles beginning with Paul.  Paul’s epistles are written to the Body of Christ explaining the dispensation of the grace of God.  Paul’s pre-prison epistles written in the book of Acts are to the body of Christ about the dispensation of the grace of God and are our epistles.