Its a group on Facebook that recently found my post summarizing his discussion of the the phrase “Holy Spirit” in Paul and its variations in Greek.
There are some other good summaries about Fee’s scholarship and his very excellent article on the cultural context of Ephesians 5:18-6:9. From a textual standpoint, Fee is one of the very few who has accurately treated this passage the way it should be treated – starting at verse 18. I can’t tell you how frustrated I get with all the commentaries that either split it at either verse 21 or 22. There is no grammatical justification for either of those – its a theological decision rather than a textual one.