Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
At the time of the early debates regarding the Eucharist, the all-too-commercial desire for a win-win arrangement was harnessed by having/controlling the Real Presence of Christ. The Catholic Church claimed an ordained mandate to "Transubstantiation". In particular, a "win" for priests having the ability to change bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ, as well as a "win" for communicants receiving/possessing Christ - by hand rather than by heart.
Wrongly interpreting Luke 17:21 as "the Kingdom of God is(now) within you", instead of the accurate translation "the Kingdom of God is in your midst", the win-win benefit was propagated for Catholic worship. Protestantism corrected this expediency regarding Jesus' response to the self-justifying Pharisee by postulating "Consubstantiation". But, it did not take long for the Win-Win to re-appear as "(that of)God in everyone".
Now, all that is necessary to have/possess the divine/Christ is to look within oneself.
"The Presence in the midst" is seen as a religious entitlement rather than a disturbing reminder of our original poverty/sin. And, the desire to justify ourselves with a win-win arrangement is the same hypocrisy that allows us to claim both our ability to have and to use Christ in our worship of Self.
"For what is thought highly of by men is loathsome in the sight of God."(Lk. 16:15)