No. This whole universe is intelligently run.
Think of computers. Sometimes they freeze and crash and you have to turn it off. Can you imagine if the universe was glitchy like that?
Thank God the universe runs like clockwork, never freezing, never crashing.
Are you implying:
a) God, being perfect and without glitches, has an intelligence 'running' him?
b) God, not being intelligently run, has glitches?
, please explain the nature of the intelligence 'running' god.
, please reject any claims of god's 'perfection'.
If neither, then I think your only outs are:
c) A glitchless system does not imply intelligence behind it.
d) Everything that appears to function without 'glitches' necessarily implies an intelligence behind it, except god
Of course, we're using the word 'glitch' and I am rather uncertain what 'glitch' means in the context of the general operating principles of the universe. Would a miracle be considered a 'glitch'? If not, how do you discern between a 'glitch' and a 'miracle'?