The only English definition of Rapture that should matter to believers in Christ Jesus is: “The transporting of a person from one place to another, especially to heaven, by supernatural means.” The second issue that should matter to believers in Christ Jesus is whether or not there is a solid precedent for future Raptures, mainly the Rapture of the Bride of Christ. The Word of God gives Enoch’s Translation/Rapture as that solid precedent. Lastly, believers in Christ Jesus need to know if what happened to Enoch is what the Word of God says will happen to the Bride of Christ. The answer is YES, because it will be with the Bride of Christ as it was with Enoch: 1. A literal physical removal (an act of the Holy Spirit); 2. A sudden disappearance of faithfully righteous man; and 3. An impending godly judgment/wrath!
The ORIGINAL texts of the New Testament, in which the Rapture concept is found, are Greek NOT English. Therefore, just because the English word Rapture is not in any particular English translation of the Holy Bible that doesn’t mean that the concept of a Rapture is not in the Holy Bible, because it most definitely is there, and this concept begins with Enoch’s Translation.