From Ernst Troeltsch, The Social Teaching of the Christian Churches. Trans. Olive Wyon. University of Chicago Press Phoenix Edition, 1981 ; see esp. vol. I, pp. 328-82 & vol. II, Conclusion
of transforming it
saints & reprobates
congenial to capitalism
*Troeltschs typology is obviously biased and makes most sense in the modern Christian West. There are, however, parallels in other religious traditions and not only in the modern West. The point is that if you recognize the limits of this typology it still may illuminate social processes, including non-religious ones such as sectarian-like developments in political organizations.