Worldviews are what dictate how a person behaves. It is our life lens. If we wear sunglasses that are blue, then everything around us will be blue-ish. Having a Biblical Worldview is having the Bible as our life lens.
When my daughter was 8 years old, we were in an amusement center where they gave tickets to get prizes like stuff toys. When we got to the Skee Ball, beside our machine was one that had a bunch of tickets unclaimed.
When I saw it, I told her, “Look, free tickets!”
She stared at me with a weird look and said, “Dad, if you get what isn’t yours, isn’t that stealing?”
She got me.
“I was just checking, honey.” Haha.
I grew up with a worldview of “finders keepers.”
Hers was “getting what is not yours is stealing.”
The Word of God has the power to shift our mindsets to right thinking.
And right thinking leads to right living.
Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind, that by testing you may discern what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable and perfect. (Romans 12:2)