How do you write a rebuttal in a persuasive essay?
A good essay presents a logical case, supplies clear evidence, cites specific incidents, and takes issue with others. There is no standard format, but clarity is the one and only essential.
Readers will evaluate your work independently. If you failed to find flaws in your logical case, they will find them and let you know about it.
Some of the most convincing I have ever seen are:
“Why I left atheism,” Allen Watson, 2012.
“Islam in our community,” James Holder, 2013.
“Mathematical proofs of Divine Creation,” Hal Bennington, 2012.