I really am not that hard to please. I just ask for basic accuracy and treatment in defining the prewrath position.
There are so many bad descriptions on the internet defining the prewrath position. For example, but not surprisingly, Wikipedia does not give a coherent accurate definition. Please note: Wikipedia is NOT a trusted source of information—let alone a primary source! But they are not alone, over the past fifteen years I have seen hundreds of really, really, bad definitions of prewrath: inaccurate, inadequate, shallow, surface-level.
What do all of these misrepresentations have in common. Simple, they do not understand what they are defining. And I have caught some copy and pasting each other which only augments the problem.
Further, the shorter the article or definition the more one needs to have a grasp of the position, because when you use fewer words, it is much more difficult to give an adequate picture. It took me a whole day to define prewrath in one sentence! Actually, it took me 15 years to define it in once sentence properly. Not that it is the only way to define prewrath, or the only one out there—even my definition could be improved on.
Obviously, I think new people should prefer to read a longer definition of prewrath such as my three page article “Prewrath—What Is It?” Or better yet, get a copy of my forthcoming book on prewrath! Antichrist Before the Day of the Lord.
Misrepresentations of the prewrath position on the internet is what it is. But we should be persistent in challenging them and holding their feet to the fire to be accurate and adequate in their representations of what we believe.
There is a simple solution to all of these really bad misrepresentations of prewrath on the internet (and sadly in published books, especially by pretribulational teachers who should know better). The author of these internet websites should just simply quote our prewrath literature. Imagine that! I am more than happy to give someone permission to use my definition of prewrath. And how hard is it to link to a primary source of a prewrath definition? Often the best way to define something is to quote the very words of the proponents.