An Irish writer and scholar, C.S. Lewis is also a popular Christian apologist. C.S. Lewis was a prominent professor at Oxford University. His apologetic writings have been quoted and referred to by numerous Christian denominations. The extremely successful fictional works of C.S. Lewis are woven with allegorical Christian themes, making C.S. Lewis vastly popular not only amongst Catholic readers but the rest of society as well. The most successful example of C.S. Lewis’s skill at hiding Chiristian ideals in fictional and entertaining plots is The Chronicles of Narnia.