The Crusader Fortress remains in Caesarea Maritima. Caesarea was first introduced to Christianity when Peter the apostle baptized Cornelius the Centurion (the first Gentile), his household, and his soldiers here, Acts 10:1. Phillip the Evangelist made his home here, Acts 8:40. Herod Agrippa I was smitten by an angel of the Lord here, Acts 12:21-12:23. The apostle Paul visited Caesarea on many occasions, Acts 9:30, 23:25--23:35.