Since the ancient times the relationship between a teacher and his disciple has aimed at conveying the former's knowledge and certain lifestyle patterns to the latter. Pupils gathering around their master were both servants and advocates of his views and their whole lives conformed with his instructions. According to Mark (2, 18) teachers were responsible for their pupil's behaviour. The article focuses on the problems of a disciple vocation, categories of pupils, their duties and evangelization.
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