ADVANCED SEARCH in WorldCat Discovery can help you locate journal articles for your research topics. Here is an example of how you would search for articles that address both "religion" and "evolution." Notice that both terms must be keywords, that the format must be article, and the location is SU Library.
This is a partial list of the results. Notice that you can limit the results to peer-reviewed or scholarly articles.
Another way to find articles on a research topic is to start with one of SU Library's many databases. These databases index and provide full text to articles in magazines, newspapers, and, most importantly, scholarly journals.
SU Library's list of databases is lengthy, so you may wish to use a Subject category to see a list of specifically
related databases. Academic Search Complete is an excellent database to use when you're first starting to search for journal articles.
A search combining the keywords "religion" and "evolution" looks like this. Of the 3,000+ results, many are available full text.