Square Peg: Why Wesleyans Aren’t Fundamentalists argues that fundamentalism and Wesleyan theology do not fit together. After a historical introduction to fundamentalism by Floyd Cunningham, the book offers short chapters on scripture, science, theology, and ecclesiology. Each chapter has a follow-up reflection on practical implications of the material.
Contributors to Square Peg show, as the introductory essay puts it, “the differences between fundamentalism and Wesleyan theology are so important that denominations in the Wesleyan tradition cannot adopt fundamentalism without forfeiting essential parts of what it means to be Wesleyan" (8).
Here's my longer review of this book: