Of course. While the actual proof is much more complicated than this, the jist of it is as follows: the first premise is that all things have a cause. You have a cause, for example, they were your parents. Each of them had a cause, their parents. The Earth had a cause, to coellesing of material created during the formation of our Sun. And so it goes.
This track goes backwards, not necissarity in time, just backwards from one cause to another. At some point you get to the one cause. What caused the one cause? Itself is the answer Benedict Spinoza proposes in his geometric proof of the existance of god. Of course, in the making of that point is where things get really complicated.
Now having gotten to this point, I haven't really defined what god I am talking about. It clearly isn't the one described in the bible or the one believed in by the monotheists. One reason is, by definition, all things, material and immaterial, e.g. thoughts, soul, etc, are extensions of this god. The God of the bible is purposefully made distinct from His creation ... they aren't the same.
The second premise is that to be a god, it must be infinite. Again, by definition, this god I have developed is a true god in that it is infinite in all possible respects. There can't be another, otherwise there must be something else that caused those and that would be god. The God of the bible clearly fails this infinity test because He even admits there are other gods, He simply wants believers to ignore the others and just worship Him.
Now, in more modern terms, this One Cause or First Cause, as other philosophers have dubbed it, to me is the Big Bang. That for all intent and purposes is the First Cause and EVERYthing that is, flowed from the instant that ... whatever it was, blew up and began expanding.
Do I believe there is a force out there that is more powerful than me? You betcha'! As soon as you and some other living creature come within sight of each other, you can feel that force. But is it something up there that is playing chess with my life? Not on your life!