I also agree with Einstein that there is superior intellegence involved with the order and precision of the universive. So I believe the the person responsible for this is God
You're projecting your beliefs onto Einstein, since that's exactly the point: Einstein didn't believe in an intelligent creator, but repeatedly said he believed in Spinoza's God, “who reveals Himself in the orderly harmony of what exists.” Spinoza said, "everything that exists is a part of God and God is in everything that exists.”
From wikipedia on Spinozism:
Spinoza was considered to be an atheist because he used the word "God" [Deus] to signify a concept that was different from that of traditional Judeo–Christian monotheism. "Spinoza expressly denies personality and consciousness to God; he has neither intelligence, feeling, nor will; he does not act according to purpose, but everything follows necessarily from his nature, according to law...."  Thus, Spinoza's cool, indifferent God  is the antithesis to the concept of an anthropomorphic, fatherly God who cares about humanity.
So if someone doesn't know what Spinoza's view of God was, they cannot understand Einstein's view. People hold to the concept of everything created needing a creator, when Einstein NEVER believed in an intelligent designer. So when Einstein eg spoke of 'God playing dice with the universe', he likely knew that believers would assume he was talking about THEIR concept of God, when he wasn't.
However, Einstein was NOT a theologian (one who claims to KNOW about God), just a famous scientist, so making his beliefs on God as a topic of discussion wasn't his goal or responsibility since he knew God was not a scientific matter, being untestable.