The Original Sin insinuates that God loves man but hates his pleasures. However, Abrahamics’ God promises certain pleasures in the afterlife to His righteous followers. So He hates man’s pleasure only in this life. God’s misanthropy, however, is compensated by the short life with which He endows humans. So in the end perhaps He is an altruist. The free will serves to stop willing, freedom serves to accept confinement and God’s punishment is concern. These nonsenses may be only political manipulations. Obviously the Abrahamic God loves man’s obedience in the first place.