I'd often thought that the religion in the Elder Scrolls universe was very well thought out and realistic. They have nine main gods, which they call the Nine Divines. It is easy to see correspondence in some of them to things in our own life. Take Mara. From the the Elder Scrolls Wiki: "Mara, the Goddess of Love, is a member of the Nine Divines. In the Empire, she is worshiped at the Benevolence of Mara (her temples) as the Mother-Goddess. Her origins lead back to ancient times, where she was revered as a fertility goddess." Sound familiar?
There is also Azura, Daedric Goddess of "Dusk, Dawn, and the magic that exists between the various realms of twilight."
What about in books? Can the Gods in the literary world show hints of the divine? The mythology of David Eddings' Belgariad and Mallorean series bears some striking resemblance to the Greek mythos - despite the fact that there are no goddesses.
What do you think? Can there be aspects - hints - of the Gods found in places we wouldn't expect? Have you ever found the Divine somewhere you wouldn't have looked for it?