Is that why you insist on calling it "TOEism"? To me, that is you hinting that this is a religion. I don't think anyone else uses that term because (as per the wishes of Tom that Tes quoted above) we don't want to go down that road.
Furthermore, teachings are not beliefs. MBT is mostly a model, a map, a theory.
We are all full to the brim of beliefs, due to our fears. If you are not careful it is very easy to get MBT mixed in with your beliefs, which can lead to a whole other set of problems.
we each have different data experience which informs our personal hypotheses on everything, assigning a probability to everything, with everything being belief, and nothing being a certainty
Tom acknowledges that none of us can be certain about anything, so in this way everything is belief, probabilities
However, with intentional skeptical openness, our hypotheticals would evolve toward data based belief, and away from superstitious based belief, which is what I believe is the point
Based on my data from a wide array of religious curiosity and experience, I see MBTOE somewhat differently than most, primarily as a golden rule love teaching, immediately recognizable, familiar, part of the continuum of religious evolution, but with all the historical artifacts stripped away, updated with the latest technology.
The absolute disconnect from any religious tradition is indeed key to its efficiency.
If we do not come up with a shorthand moniker for this movement, someone else will.
Do you really think this is just a book club?