A large portion of your DMin research is locating and evaluating scholarly, peer-reviewed articles. Scholarly, peer-reviewed articles have been reviewed by a group of scholarly reviewers in the subject area of the journal. The articles found in scholarly, peer-reviewed journals are vetted for quality of research and adherence to editorial standards of the journal prior to publication.
Many of the questions considered in the Seminary cross academic disciplines. Because of this, it can be useful to utilize interdisciplinary databases and search tools.
These topic-specific databases cover religious studies and biblical scholarship at different levels, from overviews to peer-reviewed articles. Many offer additional tools for searching, like ATLA's Scripture Citation Index and Thesaurus, both of which can help you perform targeting searches for very specific topics. Be sure to read through the descriptions to see which of these might be most useful in your research.