In the Land of Ox, Clayton Thomas Moore is a righteous follower of Christ, but he is also a student of evolutionary biology. Moore has found a way to mix science and Christianity-and in the process, bring enlightenment to both sides of the spectrum. However, in the Land of Ox, there is a strong divide between science and religion. Because of this divide, Moore is brought up on charges.
Moore must appear before the Oxian Supreme Court and answer for his actions. He is guilty of unsettling the faith-science split, threatening the cultural equilibrium in the Land of Ox. As Moore prepares to defend his case before the Oxian Supreme Court justices, though, it becomes apparent that the Supreme Court justices are deeply divided along lines of religious belief.
"Oxbowl Incident" is a religious courtroom drama that argues for the validity of science and religion. Although the case of Moore vs. Oxbowl is fictitious, the farce is not far from the truth, as modern society wrestles with similar quandaries. Will the Oxian Supreme Court hand down punishment upon Clayton Thomas Moore? Or will the varied beliefs of the Oxian justices leaveMoore to be the last man standing in this battle of Christian faith?