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After hearing St. John's sermon, Jane remarks, "I was sure St. John Rivers-- pure-lived, conscientious, zealous as he was--had not yet found that peace of God which passeth all understanding."

Which of the following components of his preaching does NOT contribute to this assessment?

A

Jane's comparison between his place in life and her own.

B

Nervous speech that became forceful.

C

Harsh and frequent references to Calvinistic doctrines.

D

A sense of sadness evoked by his words.

E

The fatalistic outlook of the message.

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