New_Year_Carnival1_2010.JPG_largeDaniel Gullotta rang in the new year by posting the December Biblical Studies Carnival. This is the 106th Biblical Studies Carnival, and Dan has done a great job curating a list of the best and brightest for December.

In other biblio-blogging news, Jim West discovered was able to take time away from re-telling this history of the reformation via memes to contribute the Super Duper First of the New Year Stupendous Carnival of Biblical Studies Joy. As always, Brian Small has a great collection of Hebrews Highlights for December. Finally, Peter Kirby emerged from hibernation and posed his Top 50 Biblioblogs report for the Winter Quarter.

The January Carnival will be hosted by Vincent Artale (@VincentArtale) at his Talmidimblogging and in February 2015  Jennifer Guo (@jenniferguo) will host the Biblical Studies Carnival. March and April are open for volunteers, the May Carnival will be hosted by Claude Mariottini (@DrMariottini).

If you would like to host a Carnival in 2015, send me an email  (plong42 at gmail dot com), or a comment on this post and I can contact you. Carnivals are a great way to attract attention to your site if you are new blogger, but more importantly it gives you a chance to highlight the best and the brightest in the world of bibliblogs.