Depends a little on how you look at things.
Those 4 fundamental forces (that are represented by the four horsemen according to some) are the foundation of this universe.
John 1 [ACV]3
All things came to be through him, and apart from him not even one thing came to be that has come to be.
That includes those 4 forces. Of course God having created those 4 forces doesn't exactly make Him those forces. But sometimes that line between things is very thin. Take for example "God is love". Is God truely love or is love a true and integral part of His personality/being? I think the last. But because it can't be seperated it's in a way also the first.
The universe isn't God. God isn't the universe. But the universe can't be seperated from God, because without God the universe/4 forcees simply wouldn't exist. And makes me think about the "God is love" verse. I think it's correct to say God is the 4 forces if you also look beyond that.
All love isn't God but God is love. The 4 forces aren't God but God is the 4 forces.
If you are interested in this sort of stuff I can dig up an article showing how the "Big Bang" is a pattern of the tribes/OT.
All a bit vague