On the OP: Yes. I think any worldview or theology that presumes to contain first principles will necessarily inform our perception, understanding and judgment of most anything else. This includes but isn’t isolated to religion. Whatever your lens on world happens to be. This is why we need common maps and markers in language and culture. The total propositional content of a statement may elude us but we can isolate the necessary and sufficient content for our common interest… Even if just to isolate a disagreement. I think a lot of these concerns trace back to an ethic of conversational charity and a commitment to common understanding and clarity..
As opposed to winning a debate or some s other zero sum contest. I’m reminded of the applied ethical standards for interpreters.