Which statement best describes the ways that the speakers in “A Thought on the Inestimable Blessing of Reason” and “Deliverance

Which statement best describes the ways that the speakers in “A Thought on the Inestimable Blessing of Reason” and “Deliverance From Another Sore Fit” achieve contentment?
In “A Thought . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through rational thought, while in “Deliverance . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through religious faith.
In “A Thought . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through steady contemplation, while in “Deliverance . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through prayer and solitude.
In “A Thought . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through spiritual cleanliness, while in “Deliverance . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through development of faith.
In “A Thought . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment by acquiring knowledge, while in “Deliverance . . .,” the speaker achieves contentment through religious activities.

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