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For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophetsprophecy
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 6 andprinciple 11 dodoes not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come. [As Alex pointed out in the comments, while the text in Ani Maamin would seem to place principle 6 on this list as well, the actual text in the Rambam indicates that it’s the same as #6 in Hilchos Teshuvah.]

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophets
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 6 and 11 do not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come.

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in prophecy
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principle 11 does not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come. [As Alex pointed out in the comments, while the text in Ani Maamin would seem to place principle 6 on this list as well, the actual text in the Rambam indicates that it’s the same as #6 in Hilchos Teshuvah.]

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

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For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophets
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 5, 6, and 11 do not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come.

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophets
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 5, 6, and 11 do not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come.

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophets
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 6 and 11 do not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come.

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.

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For reference, the Rambam’s list of 13 Ikkarim is:

  1. Belief in a G-d who created everything
  2. Belief in exactly one G-d who is unique like nothing else is
  3. Belief that G-d does not have a physical form
  4. Belief that G-d is first and last
  5. Belief that there is nothing else worth praying to
  6. Belief in all the words of the prophets
  7. Belief that Moshe Rabbeinu’s prophecy was qualitatively greater than any other prophet who ever lived
  8. Belief that the Torah we have today is the same Torah Moshe received on Har Sinai
  9. Belief that the Torah will never be changed
  10. Belief that G-d knows what goes on in this world
  11. Belief that G-d rewards good doers and punished evildoers
  12. Belief in the coming of Mashiach, in spite of his not coming for so long
  13. Belief in the future resurrection of the dead

The Rambam himself actually lists 24 people who lose their share in the World to Come in Hilchos Teshuvah chapter 3. The list there is:

  1. One who says there is no G-d who directs Creation
  2. One who says there are multiple gods
  3. One who says G-d takes a physical form
  4. One who says G-d did not create the world
  5. One who bows to an idol to separate between G-d and man
  6. One who denies the concept of prophecy
  7. One who contradicts the prophecy of Moshe Rabbeinu
  8. One who says G-d doesn’t know what happens on Earth
  9. One who says G-d did not give even a single passuk or a single word from the Torah, but rather Moshe wrote it on his own
  10. One who contradicts Torah SheBa’al Peh
  11. One who says that the Torah was changed, even a single Mitzvah of it
  12. Deniers of the Resurrection
  13. Deniers of Mashiach
  14. One who intentionally violates a particular mitzvah publicly and regularly in order to anger G-d
  15. One who assimilates during a time of persecution, saying that why should he remain Jewish when this people is being persecuted for doing so? Let me join the nations since they are the stronger party.
  16. One who intentionally causes the public to sin, regardless of the severity of the sin or the manner in which he does so
  17. One who separates from communal customs, who does not partake in their sorrows and fasts, but rather goes on his own way as if he was completely separate from them
  18. One who does Aveiros publicly and insolently, regardless of the severity of the sin
  19. One who hands over a fellow Jew to the non-Jewish authorities to be killed or attacked
  20. One who hands over a fellow Jew’s money to the non-Jewish authorities
  21. Those who put fear on the public not for the sake of Heaven
  22. Speakers of Loshon Hara
  23. Murderers
  24. One who “draws out” their orlah

A simple comparison of the two lists indicates that principles 5, 6, and 11 do not merit losing one’s position in the World to Come, while several actions on top of this list of beliefs could also merit losing one’s World to Come.

As noted in the comments to the OP, this list is specifically according to the Rambam’s opinion. Others vary; the Raavad, for one, argues on several of these right there in Hilchos Teshuvah.