As you well know, my position is that Charismatism is at best a self-inflicted delusion and at worst of the devil. It is not something that has ever been a part of the historic Church for the past 2000 years. I am familiar with the very biased book you have linked to here and the work of its Coptic contributor Febe Armanious. I own a copy. It is part of a very biased series written from the theological perspective of convinced Charismatics. Though it pretends in places to maintain academic neutrality, its very title give it away: Global Renewal Christianity: Spirit-Empowered Movements: Past, Present and Future. Even the chapters you highlighted describe the "ministry" of Charismatics within the Coptic Church - including evildoers who managed to get themselves ordained - as "annointed", etc. It is useful only insofar as it helps to trace the origins of this poison in the Coptic Church and helps to expose those who are still peddling it by praising them.
I am familiar with the opinions that you have posted concerning Charismatism and the Early Church, but I am not willing to entertain discussion on whether or not the spirit driving the Charismatic movement is the Holy Spirit. I know that it is not. I know when and where Charismatism originated, and it was not at all in the Early Church. It was in the American South in the 19th century and perhaps a little earlier. You can see my previous posts on the subject for more information on this. I will not rehash it here.
As Charismatism is by its nature something delusional at best and something demonic at worst, and something that is always spiritually harmful, and something that has never been a part of the Church from its inception until the present, Charismatic "praise and worship" services in an Orthodox context is always something that should be greeted with hostility, even as one greets cancer with chemotherapy and radiation.