Instapray app puts our best (and worst) prayer impulses on display (COMMENTARY)

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Instapray logo courtesy of Instapray

Instapray logo courtesy of Instapray

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(RNS) A new app called Instapray, founded by Stanford grad Fryderyk Ovcaric and backed by venture capitalist Peter Thiel among others, is billed as "a safe place that connects people around the world through prayers." But it also puts some of our worst impulses on display.