Summary: You are responsible for the setting of your standard of evidence. This determines whether you recognize something to be true. Hence, you must differentiate between reality and your perception of reality, which is your worldview. For these are two different things.
Does the evidence meet your standard?
To become persuaded about the truth of something, it is required that your standard of evidence is met. Each person is personally responsible for his own standard of evidence: the amount and quality of things you require to be persuaded. If you want, you can raise the bar, or lower it. This will determine whether you recognize something to be true.
Therefore, it is important to distinguish between:
Difference in standard must be addressed
In the assessment of the truth of something, you should clarify your standard of evidence by which you make your judgment. For example, if your standard would differ from mine (higher or lower), then we must first address this difference. Otherwise, there is is no meaningful exchange possible.