We are no longer a Christian society – the Western world is fast transforming into something more complex, more agnostic. There’s a reluctance to believe, to have faith in a power that is outside of your comprehension. We live in a time when control comes easier; technology gives us more automation and greater analytical power to understand our needs and satisfy them. The idea of something existing outside of this tangibility is starting to be unacceptable. Like A Prayer takes us back to the nature of faith, the question that asks whether we can expand our appreciation past a technological sphere into something more spiritual.