The Blaze interviewed William Lane Craig of ReasonableFaith.org is an outspoken critic of the rapture theory
Luke 17:20-37 also mentions an instance in which one person is taken and another left behind, reading in part, “I tell you, on that night two people will be in one bed; one will be taken and the other left. Two women will be grinding grain together; one will be taken and the other left.”
Craig said that it might be a mistake to always assume that the person who is being taken away is being “saved or rescued.” Instead, he wonders if the individual being removed is the nonbeliever.
“It’s usually assumed that the person who is taken is being saved or rescued but in the previous verse Jesus talks about in the days of Noah — Noah was in the ark and the other people were the ones who were taken away from the flood,” he said. “It’s possible that the one taken means taken away in judgement and destroyed.”
The theologian then pointed to scripture in Matthew 13 in which Jesus delivers a parable about wheat and weeds that are growing together in a man’s field. The Blaze
I fear that these such shows and this type of belief is becoming more and more common. One can see where a person wouldn't even blink an eye if suddenly, "bad christians" were suddenly rounded-up and taken away in the night.
The others left would surely they were indeed the "good christians"
Just a few thoughts...