Ante-Nicene Fathers Volume 5
Hippolytus: Works and Fragments II.--Dogmatical and Historical: Expository Treatise Against the Jews
This work is interesting in its approach, if not necessarily in its substance. With that said, there's really no reason not to read it, since it weighs in at just under three pages ("The Conclusion is Wanting"). The idea is that Hippolytus is going to witness to the Jews by pointing out how His words and life are the fulfillment of the Old Testament--which of course they admit is the Word of God. Which means that the bulk of this is simply quotations from the OT and Apocrypha, which means it may not be strictly necessary to read--but again at only three pages why not read it?