a preserved polytheism like Japanese Shinto (which would probably retain the term "Temple");
Wiccan God-Goddess duotheism;
male and female aspects of a pantheist divinity;
a monotheism with Taranis as God, Belisama as His divine daughter or other female figure and Lir as the defeated demon.
(Which Poul Anderson story does refer to a Daughter of God?)
These reflections on a modernized Ys were occasioned by reading about a genuine Ysan skyscraper. The thirteen-story Polaris Tower is in Lowtown on the more prosperous side of Lir Way. Its entrance is flanked by marble fish-tailed lions and engraved with a Ship and a Star. The first five floors are dry-laid stone decorated with images of sea life. The remaining floors of carved wood narrow towards a green bronze cupola with four dragon heads. All floors have glass windows.
The ground floor has:
several shops and workplaces;
a man operating a water-raising, waste-lowering hoist;
Some residential floors display insignia of families that have lived there for generations. Higher occupants are transient. Each level is self-policed. Rufinus, occupying the single top floor apartment, has:
a landing with a window;
a main chamber;
a small kitchen;
He is surrounded by birds and sometimes looks down on fog.
The tower reminded me of the generation ship and the Nomad ships in Poul Anderson's Psychotechnic History. In another reality, Polaris Tower has a hyperdrive and hydroponics tanks.