C. S. Lewis was a British writer. He is an internationally recognized literary figure, widely regarded as a pioneer of children’s fantasy novels. Often hailed as the ‘Father of Modern Fantasy,’ he was among the most versatile authors who wrote on a diverse range of topics and genres. He authored many poems, science fiction novels, literary critical books, non-fictional Christian religious books, and fantasy stories. He is best known for his children’s fantasy novel ‘The Chronicles of Narnia,’ which received immense success; it was also adapted into a movie, which became one of the highest-grossing movies of the 21st century. Some of his other notable works include his widely acclaimed books on Christian faith: ‘The Case for Christianity,’ ‘Christian Behaviour,’ ‘Mere Christianity,’ ‘Miracles,’ and ‘The Problem of Pain.’ Many of his writings on Christianity are used today all over the world by many Christian missionaries and preachers, who practice and profess the religion to millions. He also held prestigious positions at ‘Oxford University’ and ‘Cambridge University.’ His writings have been translated into more than 30 languages all over the world and have sold millions of copies.