Melina's note on the office door asks you to create the images for the temple display. No problem. (Or if it is a problem, you can read to the end of this hint for the settings the program wants.)
If you look at the display, you'll see pretty quickly that the first thing you need is definitions of the terms. Face the display, then turn around, and you'll see a piece of paper on the bench opposite that will answer nicely. (This page is now called "Temple Sketch" in inventory.)
Click on the monitor and "Start" to see the requirements for Temple 1. The large middle area of the display shows the temple you're building, the items at the top left are the things you can change, the top panel shows the options for each of those settings, and the list titled "Temple 1 Requirements" tells you the things this temple needs to have.
The first requirement for temple 1 is "Lofty site to honor the hunt." Click on "Setting" at the upper left, then click on one of the arrows at the top panel to scroll through the different settings.
One of the settings is an alpine meadow with mountains in the background. That seems appropriate, so move on to the other options.
It doesn't specifically tell you which god goes here, but that first requirement gives you a strong clue.
When you think you have all the settings right, click on the "Submit" button. If you've got it right, you get the message, "The gods approve. Constructing temple ... " Otherwise, the message is "The gods disapprove. Please try again." So it's back to the drawing board. Literally.
When you get it right, back up and pick up the printed temple picture, then put it on the Temple 1 display and move on to Temple 2.
There are only three temples, and except for the gods, there are only three choices for every option, and none of them are used twice. This means that by the time you get to the last temple, you can go by the process of elimination.