No (well some may.. I can't speak for all I guess). Buddhists believe in cyclic existance, without beginning or end. It's tough trying to grasp infinity, but we believe existance has been for all eternity, and shall remain for all eternity. With us being reborn an infinite amount of times, living out infinite scenarios (parenting every other sentient being in existance, killing every other sentient being in existance, being brought up by every other sentient being, etc, etc) there's far too much to list. We've created enough karma in our past to be bound to samsara (cyclic existance- filled with immeasurable sufferings) for eons.
Things are not created or destroyed, but are in a continuous state of change. Cause & effect- every action has an equal & opposite reaction. Ultimately the mind creates & destroys, but the mind of creation or destruction are still bound by deep vexations.
Let go & be mindful to experience truth. Tip: All what is *now* is timeless! It helps to still & focus the mind (via meditation).