I have been hunting down some way to get the table of contents for various journals. As I don't have easy access to an academic library so my time at the library is pretty thin and don't wish to spend it browsing through hundreds if tabke of contents of various periodicals to find material related to a research paper.
I was able to find a summary of articles for JBL (since 2003 or so--which the full journals can be obtained for free at the SBL website) as well as the Tyndale Bulletin. I would love to get complete table of contents for JBL and other journals to find additional related material.
I have the "Theological Journal Library" volume 5, although the browsing tools aren't great (and searches pull up every reference in the text, not just titles), not to mention reading the article titles is extremely valuable as you may be looking for stuff on the Holy Spirit and then have to hope you search every possible permutation (Holy Spirit, Spirt of God, Spirit of the Lord, Spirit of Jehovah, Spirit of Yahweh, Spirit of YHWH... and be brave enough to stomach "spirit" in general).
Recently published books, journal entries, and lexicons are a great way to access research with references to the most significant entries into a subject but I am finding that in the last 10-20 years a lot has been published on the topic I am researching and sometimes, when looking at something from a different angle, you find there are some oldies-but-goodies that are kind of bypassed in the debate, especially if they don't fit the current paradigms.
Thanks ahead of time for any feedback you can offer
(As an aside, the BW8 resource summary is awesome!!)