Some starting ideas:
To search for New Testament commentaries or criticism in our catalog, use the following method:
First, search the catalog using a Subject at this link;
then enter your search like this example:
Bible. N.T. Mark
Bible. Mark. (this is the newest form, but there may be books under both forms of the subject phrase)
and browse the entries for both Commentaries and Criticism.
Note especially that you should browse down the list of subject terms to find any books on shorter pieces of your Biblical book, such as
Bible. N.T. Mark XIII or Bible. Mark XIII
You may also find it useful, after selecting a subject heading and getting a list of books, to sort the results by date (newest first).
Note that most of the scholarly books about Biblical books will be shelved together and readily browsable.
If you try keyword searching, keep searches to just two or three keywords; too many keywords give zero results (you're searching a limited number of words, not the full text of the books):
bible romans christ
paul apostle marriage
Use the catalog truncation symbol * after the root of a word to search for any of its forms:
apocalyp* retrieves apocalypse, apocalyptic, apocalypticism
When you find a useful book, check the subject headings in the catalog entry and click on any of them that look useful.