1- There is no such thing as a neutral worldview.
2- A good worldview should have a high degree of coherence or internal consistency. (A logically contradictory statement cannot be true.)
3- A good worldview would have a strong foundation in fact. This is called correspondence.
4- A good worldview has explanatory power.
6- A good worldview is established not by one line of evidence or one knock-out argument, but by accumulative evidence.