Tzaraas, a disease, was curable only by consulting two people - a knowledgeable Jew and a kohen. The latter would determine whether or not it was spiritually pure, and his decision was final. Why - in the case of tzaraas - does the kohen have the final authority on the matter, even if he wasn't as knowledgeable as the other Jew? This week's parsha video will give you the answer. Visit us at www.JewishDeafMM.org for more videos!