It occurs to me that the reason people find holy places so important - reading about the disputes betweens Jews and Christians and Muslims over the “Holy Land” and its buildings - is because their god is so achingly absent all these millenia, and the adherents are desperate to touch something that someone told them thier god touched.

Since “he” is certainly not around touching anything now, they are obsessive about the few things that someone told them he had touched.

It feels like a consistently present god(dess)(es) would not provoke a need for “relics” and “holy sites”.
And definitely not people willing to kill or be killed over them.