Ok, that is a belief about women that is firmly held by the more liberal folk in the SDA church. I sense this belief is more important to them than many other beliefs. It is a firmly held belief, and would certainly reach the “right belief” criteria set forth by the author.
It is thus a right belief that the author could argue is held to be less important than mass exodus from the church. He of course, feel WO does not fit into what he sees as the church’s “right belief” category. But that is just a matter of his opinion.
But, WO is actually problem. It is not discrimination that is, for some would not consider lack of support for WO to be discrimination. For you, it is a no brainer. But it is not for everyone, in other words, your opinion is actually “a belief” not shared by everyone, and certainly not by the majority of the church. You consider those disagreeing with you on this to have some “(strange, anathema) non-true-Christian ideology” that is “not part of the true Christian ideology”. But your view is just an opinion.
That is the problem that is impossible for you to see. You consider it a sin to not go along with WO. Immoral. Anathema. You at utterly convinced of the rightness of your view, as much as any fundamentalist is of their view on their pet issue… In this you are the same as them.
Thus the impasse