No. The religion Lutherans practice was founded by the Lord God Almighty in the Garden of Eden with the first promise of the gospel, Genesis 3:15. ;^)
Luther initially started off talking about removing the corruption within The Church -- something that he could have done WITHIN the Church. . . .
Not after the Pope booted him out! That was in 1520. But even for decades after, Luther wanted a general council of the church to deal with the issues. When Trent finally came, after Luther's death, it failed to correct the errors and even anathematized the Lutheran teachings. And Rome has still not corrected her errors on the central article of the Christian faith, i.e., justification. (That JDDJ of ten years ago was a farce, agreed to only by very liberal "Lutherans.")