Example journal article reference
Ward, H.C. '"Symbolic Interpretation is Most Useful": Clement of Alexandria's Scriptural Imagination.' Journal of Early Christian Studies, vol. 25, no.4, 2017, pp.531-560. Project MUSE, doi:10.1353/earl.2017.0052
Use Library Search to look up the Journal of Early Christian Studies and access the full text of the article.
Example: Journal of Early Christian Studies
Note that this journal is available in electronic and print format.
What is Google Scholar?
The Google Scholar search engine crawls publisher websites and open access repositories for journal article content.
You can configure the Scholar settings so that you are linked through to the full text of journal titles that are accessible to you through the University.
Take a look at the Making the most of Google Scholar guide for guidance on adjusting the settings of this search engine. By adjusting your settings you will give yourself the best chance of finding full text materials when searching on Google Scholar.
Another useful discovery service is Google Books. As its name suggests, the focus of that service is book content.
Copyright free material will be available to view in full, other titles will be available in bibliographic format only with some limited search functionality.
Remember that not all information found on the internet is of good quality. Make sure you evaluate the quality of any information you want to use within your research.
More guidance on this is available in the Search Techniques Libguide.