Developing a Christian worldview
By definition, a Christian worldview must be a biblical worldview. Whatever the issue in question, the Christian’s understanding must be entirely based on God’s breathed out, inerrant, infallible, and authoritative word (2Ti 3:16). We have no other legitimate means for determining what is true (i.e., what we believe) and what is right (i.e., how we live).
Any worldview dictated by culture, personal opinions, philosophy, or anything other than the Bible is a house built on sand (Mt 7:26). It is distinctly non-Christian. God calls and commands his people to reject the world’s influence. “Do not be conformed to this world,” the apostle Paul writes, “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” (Ro 12:2).
According to Albert Mohler in his book, The Conviction To Lead, “The recovery of the Christian mind and the development of a comprehensive Christian worldview will require the deepest theological reflection.”