You asked for people's thoughts. I gave you mine
You accused me of "escapism" for simply telling you what language experts have to say.
So I gave you scans of textbooks proving that I'm not making this stuff up.
Greek has words to express your understanding of 1 Thessalonians 4:16 but those words don't appear there
Here's another example just for fun:
"MadJW descended the mountain with the sound of a howling wind, with the sound of driving rain and with the sound of a thunder clap."
In this usage, "With" functions as a synonym for "Amid."
"MadJW descended the mountain amid the sound of a howling wind, amid the sound of driving rain and amid the sound of a thunder clap."
And here's yet another scan to prove again that I'm not making this up:
Samuel Green Handbook To The Grammar Of The Greek Testament together with A Complete Vocabulary And An Examination Of The Chief New Testament Synonyms, p. 200
You asked what planet I'm from. I don't know why you would ask this question of someone who is simply pointing out what language experts have to say on the subject. Do you think all these textbooks should be thrown away?
To answer your question, I would say I'm from a planet where we were forced to study grammar in school. Maybe from your perspective that does seem like another planet, because it certainly seems to be a bygone era today.