I would not deny you and your wife your marriage. The thing I don't understand is why the government sanctioning your marriage matters so much to you. I can only guess why. Since you don't acknowledge God's authority but desire some higher power to legitimize your marriage government is the only higher power that you can point to in order to claim that your marriage is objectively real. I honestly could care less if the government sanctions marriage or not. In this area I don't think the government is necessary. For me, all I need to know is that marriage, as created by God, is legitimate. I think deep down homosexuals know that what they are doing is not blessed by God. If homosexuals actually believed that God sanctified what they are doing they wouldn't need the higher power of government to legitimize it. You asked me if I would deny you and your wife your marriage. The question I have is what exactly would it mean to deny a couple of their marriage? Does that mean denying you of the power of attorney? The question I have for you is this: If the government no longer sanctioned your marriage would you still be married?