I really appreciate Robert Slowley's painstaking and comprehensive work in listing all the verses in the canon and showing the differences (if any) with the 1984 NIV,TNIV and the 2011 NIV. I went through 13 books in the New Testament and just pulled out *some* select snippets comparing the older TNIV with the latest new NIV. I didn't itemize every verse -- just a number from 13 NT books so far. When I started the process I didn't intend to put the ESV in the mix. But then decided it would be interesting. Later I might get specific with a listing of the snips. But presently I'd like to simply catalog my findings so far. Remember, the select snips are culled from 13 NT books.This simple survey involves segments of only 92 verses. E = ESV T = TNIV N =2011 NIV I found that the TNIV snips (not entire verses -- just the isolated important parts)were identical with the ESV wording on 18 occasions.In 5 more cases the wording was almost the same. The 2011 NIV wording was identical with the ESV 14 times. In 13 additional places the wording was almost like the ESV. So there is nothing definitive so far with my limited sampling. There are still 42 other cases where the wording of both the TNIV and 2011 NIV do not bare a resemblance with the ESV. Perhaps I'll pick up a trend if I choose to go through the remaining 14 books of the NT canon in my limited manner. In Summary: E= T 18 times E approximates T 5 times _______________________________________________ E = N 14 times E approximates N 13 times _______________________________________________ In the rest of the 42 verses there was no similarity to the ESV from either the TNIV or 2011 NIV.