The concept of the Day of the Lord is a crucial one with reference to the overall prophetic program of the Bible. I have read that some have observed that . To this end, before I have finished my study and exposition of 1 Thess. 5:1-11, I have been trying to work through some literature I have had on the Day of the Lord specifically. To this end, I just share some of the resources I have had available. Granted these are within a framework of pretribulationalism and traditional dispensational premillennialism, but these articles (in so far as I have read them, I have one left to read) have had some solid exegetical work I think even if I may end up reaching conclusions that differ. If you have other resources on the Day of the Lord, feel free to add to the comments field. Please reference for your convenience:
Hullinger, Jerry. “The Terminus A Quo of The Day of the Lord: The Deciding Argument for Pretribulationism.” The Journal of Ministry & Theology 19, no. 2 (Fall 2015): 69-116.
Kreider, Glenn R., “The Rapture and the Day of the Lord,” in The Evidence for the Rapture: A Biblical Case for Pretribulationism, ed. John F. Hart. Chicago: Moody, 2015.
Stallard, Mike. “Appendix A: The Day of the Lord”, in The Books of First & Second Thessalonians: Looking for Christ’s Return in The Twenty-first Century Commentary Series, ed. Mal Couch and Ed Hindson
Zuber, Kevin D., “Paul and the Rapture: 1 Thessalonians 4-5,” in The Evidence for the Rapture: A Biblical Case for Pretribulationism, ed. John F. Hart. Chicago: Moody, 2015.