I'm a Christian, but my views aren't very traditional, and I don't know if they are what you are looking for.
I don't see that God condemned the world and then commanded Jesus, his son, to die for us.
I see that the people in the world rejected God, made up their own ideas about God, and tried to create God in their own image. And God said, "I love the world so much that I will come into the world as a human, live with them, teach them what I really want and who I really am, and I will give up my life for them."
I don't see God and Jesus and the Holy Spirit as being separate entities or beings. God IS spirit and is much bigger than we can imagine, filling the heavens and the earth. What we refer to as the Holy Spirit is the part of God that communes with and communicates with us, the part that can dwell within us. Jesus was a human being who lived here on Earth among us, but his spirit was entirely the Holy Spirit -- that is why he was referred to as the Son of God, and why he was without sin. At least, that is how I am understanding the concept of the incarnation right now.