Fables in Christianity itself
“for there shall be a season when the sound teaching they will not suffer, but according to their own desires to themselves they shall heap up teachers — itching in the hearing, and indeed, from the truth the hearing they shall turn away, and to the fables they shall be turned aside. ” (2 Timothy 4:3 – 4)
Holy Scripture does “not” list down what those fables are in great detail.
However, He did something more remarkable: God revealed what is “not” a fable instead, namely the Salvation of “all” men (and ‘not’ of those “believing” only) as this verse clearly distinguishes this implication (believers are ‘more special’; that’s all – fairness for believing first):
“for for this we both labour and are reproached, because we hope on the living God, who is Saviour of all men — especially of those believing.” (1 Timothy 4:10)
Not all saved at the ‘same’ time though:
“who (Lord Jesus Christ) did give Himself a ransom for all — the testimony in its own times —” (1 Timothy 2:6)
Blessed ‘Saviour of the World’ in the Greatest Mystery of Christ.
‘ye have greatly erred’