The book of Acts is a history of the early church. It traces it from the beginning in Acts 2 to Paul’s imprisonment in chapter 28. While it mainly focuses on the work of two apostles, Peter and Paul, it is more than just an account of their lives. The book is an inspired look at the way men and women became Christian; how they became a part of the body of Christ.
Depending on whom you talk to, you will get a different answer about how one becomes a Christian. Some say it is by faith alone, others grace alone. Some will tell you you must repent of your sins; others will say baptism is also necessary. How do you tell who is right? Well, if you look into a book—an inspired book—filled with conversions you will find the answer.