Dividing religious values into two categories of “ritual-oriented” and “spiritual-oriented”, the present article, studies the effect of financial and social status of Iranian families on each. We have based our work, terminologically, on Durkheim's definition, and theoretically, on Weber’s discussion of the way religious values, both, effect the objective status of religious agents, and are affected by them. The research also considers the ways in which the resultant ethic of economy, in turn, affects religious values. Accordingly, two hypotheses arose, and finally, regarding the data gathered from a national survey, we evaluated and measured “Iranians’ intellectual values”. The survey was carried out by the Institute for Social Studies and Researches at a national level in 27 provinces, with the sample of 2, 275 people. The relation between the two variables of the research in the first hypothesis (financial and social status of Iranian families, and ritual-oriented religious values) turned out meaningful and positive. This was the case with the relations of the two variable in the second hypothesis (financial and social status of Iranian families, and spiritual-oriented religious values). So, financial and social status directly and positively affects different types of Iranians religious commitments.