I voted “spiritual rapture”, but eschatology is the least developed of my theologies. I voted “spiritual rapture” because I believe that when we drop our predominant focus on this present temporal reality and our eyes are fully opened to the present transtemporal reality of the spiritual realm, also a present reality. It’s like going through a curtain; both sides of the curtain exist simultaneously though we only see one side, except for those who have had either visions/dreams of the other side, or had a NDE (near death experience). When we die, we go through the curtain (rise from death) and enter fully into the presence of God. I think this is what Paul referenced when he said to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. When speaking of the ressurection of the dead though, we speak of it as in the future, because for those of us who are alive it is in the future.
But like I said, eschatology is the least developed of my theologies. I haven’t even begun to study all the related scriptures or work through the issues and concepts.