Of course, don’t be surprised if he doesn’t accept it nor feel inclined to read it. Even if he does, I doubt that he would be willing to give up his current view too quickly, even if you did crack the door for him.
Supposing he does buy into the idea of UR. What are the chances of him introducing the idea to his congregation anytime soon? If his fellow members are long time proponents of ECT, he is quickly going to branded a heretic. Then he may end up losing his church. For someone who has invested his life in the ministry, and hence making a living off it, to suddenly be thrusted out of the church without income, especially if he has a family, is a steep price to pay for believing in something that, while benficial to his own conscience, may destroy what work the Lord may be doing in his church.
I would love to sit down and try and convince my pastor of UR. I’m on pins and needles whenever I hear him preach on hell, so much that I want to scream. Yet the one thing that my church is doing that a lot of churches around here are NOT doing is soul-winning or visiting people for the express purpose of presenting Christ and the good news of the Gospel. And you’d be amazed at the stories members come back saying that people don’t even know who Jesus Christ is, or that Christmas is supposed to be the celebration of His birth. Some don’t even know who Adam and Eve is or familiar with the Ten Commandments. We are facing an ignorant generation. And this is why I haven’t brought up the issue to my pastor. Despite the abhorrant teaching of ECT, there are a lot of good things the church does. I’m not eager to mess that up.
It sounds like you are on a mission to bring UR to whatever church you plan on attending. But please be prayful about it and make sure that you aren’t destroying something that God is doing in those churches, as I believe He can use even if they are wrong about UR.