Scholarly journals comprise the full-range of subjects within biblical studies. Journal articles are individual essays on specific topics; in this case, many journal articles contain particular scholar's interpretations of various biblical texts, argue for the plausibility of various meanings, or guide readers on the issues at stake in studying the Bible.
Use the ATLA search box from the library catalog home page. Use keywords to find articles on your topic, or type in a specific scripture pericope for more defined results. You may also perform an advanced search or limit your results (from the results page) by language, publication date, type of material, etc. These limiting options help you filter out the noise.
The ATLA Religion Database provides the option to search for articles indexed by a specific scripture citation. Navigate to the "Advanced Search" screen, and then choose "scriptures" from the menu at the top of the page (see video below). From there, choose a particular book (click "expand"), chapter ("expand") and verse to search for articles containing those references. You can then further limit your search by entering keywords into the additional search boxes.
View the tutorial below for a walkthrough of the process:
The journals below are top-tier scholarly publications in English. Each article contained within can be expected to be of high-quality, rigorously peer-reviewed, and significant to their subject area.
These journals are part of the library's electronic databases. The links below direct you to Browzine which contains the table of contents for each issue. If you're looking for articles published in these journals on a particular topic, use the secondary "Search within" links below. From there, you can type in keywords to search within that journal title.