What if Moses had Facebook? A new web video answers that question - and it's going viral.
The 2-minute film, entitled "Google Exodus," tells the Passover story using 21st century Internet tools like Skype, Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
Within the first week the video was posted online, it garnered more than 1.2 million views.
Google exodus was produced by Aish.com, a Jewish group dedicated to helping Jews around the world learn more about their faith.
"There's a misconception that the Bible is antiquated…especially in today's world with everything moving so fast," says Rabbi Shraga Simmons, senior editor of Aish.com. "So, telling the Exodus story through the medium of the Internet helps break that misconception."
"What we've been doing for the past decade and more is taking Jewish Bible concepts and bringing them into the 21st century, so this is really a natural extension of what we've been doing to communicate to the younger generation that religion is still relevant to today's world," he added.
The video is also available online in Hebrew and Spanish.