I recently published a correspondence item assessing Adams and O’Reilly’s original article in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology, which they titled “A likelihood-based approach to P-value interpretation provided a novel, plausible, and clinically useful research study metric.” Adams responded to my critique, but I found that his rebuttals deserved to be addressed and my original criticisms clarified. I have provided the current rejoinder to do so.

(Edit June 30, 2018: I have added this manuscript to ResearchGate as a citeable preprint.)