In the New Testament of the Bible, the Word (Jesus Christ) says that when the Messiah returns, it shall be as it was in the days of Noah, when all but the elect were doomed to destruction.
In Noah’s day, the unbelievers laughed and mocked his prophecy brought to him by Elohim that the world would be destroyed by a flood, like today, the unbelieving world laughs and mocks at the prophecied rapture of the believers yet to come.
So since much of christendom laughs and mocks the notion that Noah’s Flood was real history, described in the book of Genesis, having covered the entire world killing all those not on Noah’s Ark, then how can those self-professed christians today believe that the rapture of true believers will likewise occur, “just as in the days of Noah so shall it be when the Son of Man appears?”
If Noah’s Flood did not destroy all but the true believers, God not meaning what is clearly written in Genesis, then why believe the prophecy of the rapture, right? Why believe any of it at all?
Prophetic scripture as well as ancient prophecy fulfilled to be realized ancient history must be taken literally lest all of the Bible be seen as just imaginations of sun-stroked iron age shepherds in the middle east. In other words, if Genesis is not true, then why believe the rest of the Bible?
This is the strategy of the christophobic biblical skeptics, to try to prove that Genesis is not real history, so therefore the rest of the Bible is just nonsense too. So counter their vain imaginations with material from such as the informative http://genesisveracityfoundation.com; the science certainly of the future, old school man.