Disciples: Ordinary People in Extraordinary Times
an alternative view about why God became human, expressed both in the scriptures and in Christian tradition; rooted in the gospel of John and the letters to the Colossians and the Ephesians, this view emphasizes God's overflowing love; the thoughts of the Cappadocians, Duns Scotus and Teilhard de Chardin also contribute to this view
The article has been recently published in "Disciples:Ordinary People in extraordinary times" By Kenneth R. Overberg, S.J. by Lectio Publishing. It is used with the publisher's permission.
This article clearly explains this lesser known perspective on the Incarnation, why God became human in Jesus. Incarnation is God's first thought, the original design for all creation.