The main purpose of this article is to open a discussion about the contemporary interaction of capitalism
and Islam in Turkey and to come up with a brand-new typology—in political/ideological, production and
consumption contexts—as an outcome of this interesting interaction. The paper utilizes literature review
to reach different varieties of modernity that lie at the intersection of religion and 3 mentioned contexts.
Starting from the global roots of capitalistic influence on religion-related behavior, the author mainly aims
to focus on the dynamics in Turkey. The article could be deemed original as it pursues to introduce a fresh
classification to business, sociology and political science literatures. The findings are expected to provide
readers with research ideas about production styles, cultural consumption, and political antagonism related
to religion and ideology